A dispute resolution clause specifies the process, usually by way of litigati...
Singapore High Court’s ruling on overlapping arbitration and jurisdiction clauses – Lexology
Introduction A dispute resolution clause specifies the process, usually by way of litigation or arbitration, through which parties wish to resolve a dispute between them. A dispute resolution clause must be drafted with essential clarity and certainty; otherwise parties may have no choice but to argue about the dispute resolution clause itself. The recent decision of the Singapore High Court in Silverlink Resorts Limited v MS First Capital Insurance Limited  SGHC 251 concerned the ironic situation where one clause